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Welcome to Charity Guild Shop, where Guild members are celebrating a century of service!
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Charity Guild Members
live out their motto of "God is Love" for 100 Years!
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100 Years Strong
59 ladies sewing layettes in 1922. Over 600 members dedicated to improving the lives of children today.
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Charity Guild of Catholic Women

The Shop

Visit our shop to discover all the unique finds we have to offer. From kitchenware to apparel, you won’t be able to walk away empty-handed!

Grants

The mission of the Charity Guild of Catholic Women is to benefit children’s charities all over the greater Houston area.

Donations

Charity Guild greatly welcomes your charitable donations. Your contribution allows you to join us in our mission to benefit Houston area children.

Our Mission

Over 100 Years of Service

The Guild looks to the future while honoring the past, from the needlework and monetary donations of 59 committed women in 1922 to the present time with 610 volunteers, many of whom work in the shop, and many who serve in one or more of the 25 committees available to members. The sanctification of members and assisting children in need remains our mission.

CONSIGNMENT SHOP

All About the Shop

More information about shop hours, location, and why you'll leave with a smile

Life in service

Membership

The Guild looks to the future while honoring the past, from the needlework and monetary donations of 59 committed women in 1922 to the present time with 610 volunteers, many of whom work in the shop, and many who serve in one or more of the 25 committees available to members. The sanctification of members and assisting children in need remains our mission.

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Our customers and consigners are like family to us, and we would love to get to know you! Send us a message, give us a call, or drop in and say hi. We’re looking forward to speaking with you.

Special Announcement

  • For cosigners:
  • No men or ladies shorts
  • No woolen clothing
  • No art in July or August
  • Accepting fall transitional clothing